Facebook, Microsoft, and Dell sign Cyber Attack pledge

Microsoft, Facebook, Dell and 37 other companies operating in the United States have signed a Cyber Attack pact pledging not to assist offensive government cyber attacks. That means, even if the government of United States desires to launch cyber attacks on the critical infrastructure of its enemy nations ( like Russia, China, and North Korea), […]

Come #RockTheCASB with Bitglass at RSA 2018

This post was originally published here by Jennifer Perisho. Heading to RSA 2018? If so, visit Bitglass at Booth #3642 (AKA CASB Cove) to learn about the latest in cloud security and grab your very own, limited edition “Rock the CASB: Zero-Day Tour” t-shirt. If that is not reason enough, below are the other opportunities Bitglass is offering to help you have […]

Cyber Attacks on Connected Cars will increase says Kaspersky

Kaspersky has warned the owners and riders of all connected and autonomous cars that the said transport mediums are extremely vulnerable to cyber attacks. The researchers from the Russian Security Firm have come to the conclusion after carrying out a research on remotely controlled cars manufactured by automobile manufacturers like Toyota. Note 1– Connected Cars […]

England to levy £52 billion fine on SMBs for lacking tools against cyber attacks

British firms witnessed 230,000 cyber attacks in 2016 and this was revealed as a fact in a survey analysis conducted by Internet Service Provider ‘Beaming’. The survey added that on an average the volume of cyber attacks passing the corporate firewalls and hitting the cyber networks has reached the mark of 1K/ day for the […]

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